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WTHA Publications- Yearbook, volumes 71-81
The West Texas Historical Association Yearbook is published annually.

Volume 77, 2001

  • Anderson, H. Allen.  "Montie Ritchie and the JA Ranch: A Tribute": vol. 77: 6.
  • Bates, Rick.  "R. C. Crane: One of West Texas' Great Lay Historians": vol. 77: 26.
  • Rodenberger, Lou.  "West Texas Pioneer Women: The Wilder, Stronger Breed": vol. 77: 38.
  • Becker, Jack.  "The Morris Cattle Company: Years of Struggle and Prosperity 1921-1947": vol. 77: 54.
  • Sosebee, Scott.  "Henry C. 'Hank' Smith: A Study of a South Plains Capitalist, 1900-1912": vol. 77: 73.
  • Steele, June M.  "Edward Struggs and Mae Simmons: Two African American Educators and the Provisions for Black Schools in Lubbock, Texas, 1930-1970": vol. 77: 86.
  • Humphries, Hollie.  "Philosophical and Aesthetic Paradigms Prevalent in the Art of West Texas and the Llano Estacado": vol. 77: 99.
  • Williston, Kathleen A.  "A Killing in the Flat: The Case Against George W. Henrie": vol. 77: 125.
  • Iber, Jorge.  "Becoming Raiders Rojos: Using Sport to Claim Hispanic 'Space' at Texas Tech University": vol. 77: 139.
  • Matthews, Jim and Becky.  "The Solider and the Impresario's Daughter: Alexander Keyes and Viriginia Maxwell": vol. 77: 152.
  • Nolte, Elleta.  "Schneider's Brass Band: First in the Texas Panhandle": vol. 77: 164.
  • Monroe, Monte.  "Notes and Documents: Charles Rath and Company Letter": vol. 77: 172.
  • Paschall, Freedonia, Marleta Childs and Julia Saffell.  "History in West Texas": vol. 77: 175.
  • Kreidler, Tai.  "Affairs of the Association: 2000 Annual Meeting": vol. 77: 195.
  • Kreidler, Tai.  "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 77: 203.
  • Cashion, Ty, Editor.  "Book Reviews": vol. 77: 209.


Volume 78, 2002

  • Nall, Garry L.  "Just Where are the Farmers in the West Texas Saga?": vol. 78: 6.
  • Plum, Katie Marie.  "For the Benefit of My Parents: Medical Considerations of the 1949 San Angelo Polio Epidemic": vol. 78: 17.
  • Lewis, Preston.  "Animal, Mineral, Vegetable: Counterfactual Explanations for San Angelo's 1949 Polio Epidemic": vol. 78: 27.
  • Magill, Dana.  "William Harrison Bledsoe and the Founding of Texas Tech University": vol. 78: 38.
  • Untiedt, Ken.  "Albert Benjamin Cunningham: Forgotten West Texas Writer": vol. 78: 54.
  • Pate, J'Nell L.  "Carswell AFB's Major Horace S. Carswell, Jr., and His San Angelo Connection": vol. 78: 64.
  • Collins, Michael L.  "For Gallantry in Action: James B. Dosher and the Battle of the Little Wichita": vol. 78: 73.
  • Howell, Kenneth Wayne.  "New Western History, New Western Historians, and the Attempt to Define the West as a Region": vol. 78: 89.
  • Davidson, Becky.  "Transcending the Moment: Anson's 'Cowboys' Christmas Ball'": vol. 78: 112.
  • Glasgow, Lucille.  "Beneath Arrowhead's Waters: The Story of Halsell, Texas": vol. 78: 127.
  • Parker, Mary E.  "Frontier Experiments in Higher Education on the Llano Estacado": vol. 78: 137.
  • Cox, Mike.  "Battle of the Painted Rocks: Scraping off the Layers": vol. 78: 151.
  • Bryant, Dino, Editor.  "Notes and Documents: Statement of Sergeant William L. Umbles at his Court-Martial": vol. 78: 170.
  • Paschall, Freedonia, Marleta Childs and Julia Saffell.  "History in West Texas": vol. 78: 178.
  • Kreidler, Tai.  "Affairs of the Association: 2002 Annual Meeting": vol. 78: 201.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 78: 207.
  • Pate, J'Nell, Editor. "Book Reviews": vol. 78: 213.

Volume 79, 2003

  • Fenton, James.  "The Staked Plains' Legendary Feudist, Tom Ross": vol. 79: 6.
  • Cano, Alexander Soto.  "The Mexican American Community of Knickerbocker, Texas, 1880 to 1920": vol. 79: 24.
  • Zackry, Juanita.  "How the Bankhead Highway Benefited West Texas": vol. 79: 35.
  • Sweeney, Kevin.  "Pandora's Drought: Aridity and the Brazos and Clear Fork Indian Reserves": vol. 79: 43.
  • Fink, Tiffany Haggard.  "Railroad Men: Employees of the Fort Worth and Denver Railraod": vol. 79: 56.
  • Sentell, Mildred B.  "A History of Lake Alan Henry": vol. 79: 68.
  • Anderson, H. Allen.  "The Last of the Wildcatters: A Tribute to Harvey B. Rhoads": vol. 79: 77.
  • Carlson, Erik.  "Carl G. Cromwell and Cromwell Airlines: The Dawn of Commercial Aviation in West Texas, 1928-1931": vol. 79: 89.
  • Duarte, Gloria.  "The Education of Eva Camunez Tucker: El Querer es Poder": vol. 79: 106.
  • Vance, Randy.  "Battle of Sweetwater Creek": vol. 79: 119.
  • Marlin, Robert O., IV.  "James V. Allred, Hispanics, and the Texas Death Penalty": vol. 79: 132.
  • Tynan, Bill.  "Fifty Years of Texas Tech Athletics as Seen and Reported by Jack Dale": vol. 79: 148.
  • Ainsworth, Troy Michael.  "Henry Connelly's Commercial Expedition from Mexico to the American Southwest, 1839-40": vol. 79: 160.
  • Crum, Tom.  "A Lawyer Looks at Historical Research": vol. 79: 170.
  • Turner, Leland, editor.  "Notes and Documents- Captain Nicholas M. Nolan Report," August 4, 1877": vol. 79: 179.
  • Paschall, Freedonia, Marleta Childs and Julia Saffell.  "History in West Texas": vol. 79: 182.
  • Kreidler, Tai.  "Affairs of the Association: 2003 Annual Meeting": vol. 79: 205.
  • Pate, J'Nell, Editor.  "Book Reviews": vol. 79: 215.

Volume 80, 2004

  • Murrah, David.  "Graham, Texas' Famous Oak: Barking Up the Wrong Tree: The Founding of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association": vol. 80: 7.
  • Turner, Leland.  "Most Influental Cattleman: Murdo Mackenzie and His Tenure at the Madador Ranch": vol. 80: 18.
  • Bielinski, Leo S.  "The Italian Presence in the Coal Camp of Thurber, Texas": vol. 80: 33.
  • Pate, J'Nell.  "Rock Creek Community and Mines in Parker County": vol. 80: 41.
  • Lewis, Preston.  "Citizen Soldier from West Texas: The World War II Experience of Ray Franklin Lewis": vol. 80: 53.
  • Carlson, Paul H.  "Abilene and the 1928 Annual Meeting of the West Texas Historical Association": vol. 80: 66.
  • Holt, David.  "Our Dream Was to Have a Home: The Pioneer Experience in Hutchinson County and the Texas West": vol. 80: 77.
  • De Leon, Arnoldo and Bruce Glasrud.  "Bibliophiling Tejano Scholarship: A West Texas Collaboration": vol. 80: 93.
  • Eoff, Shirley M.  "Lanier Bell: Gentle Giant of San Angelo's Polio Epidemic": vol. 80: 110.
  • Becker, Jack.  "Mattie B. Morris Miller: Matriarch, Ranch Woman, and Benefactor": vol. 80: 126.
  • Roberts, Cleon.  "The Afterlife of Adobe Walls" vol. 80: 137.
  • Johnson, Melvin C.  "The Mormon Cowboys of Bandera Countyand the Texas Hill Country": vol. 80: 159.
  • Davis, Ken.  "History, Folklore, and Wild Hog Hunting-- Some Reflections": vol. 80: 178.
  • Hoover, D. Sandy, editor.  "Notes and Documents- W. F. Cummins' Report on the Possible Origins of the Name, Llano Estacado": vol. 80: 184.
  • Paschall, Freedonia, Marleta Childs and Julia Saffell.  "History in West Texas": vol. 80: 190.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 80: 215.
  • Pate, J'Nell, Editor.  "Book Reviews": vol. 80: 217.

Volume 81, 2005

  • Sweeny, Kevin.  "The Evaporating Frontier:  Drought and the Northwest Texas Frontier 1854-1865": vol. 81: 7.
  • Hawkins, Rusty.  "A Promise Kept:  The Canadian River Municipal Water Authority": vol. 81: 19.
  • Haes, Brenda.  "The T-Anchor Ranch and Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory:  The Cowboys and the Indians": vol. 81: 33.
  • Wright, Paul.  "The Evolution of 'Barrilla' Spring": vol. 81: 53.
  • Fink, Rob.  "Kings of the World:  Abilene High School Fooball in the 1950s": vol. 81: 77.
  • Hoover, Sandy.  "Searching for Meaning in the 'Llano Estacado": vol. 81: 90.
  • Owens, Keith.  "Say It Ain't So or History la The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance": vol. 81: 102.
  • Armes, Ashley.  "Kent Hance, George W. Bush, and West Texas' 1978 Congressional Election (Outstanding Student Paper Award)": vol. 81: 113.
  • Scott, David.  "The Train Crash at Crush, Texas": vol. 81: 124.
  • Campbell, Suzanne.  "John W. Twohig, Irishman, Banker, and Texas Patriot": vol. 81: 131.
  • Ramirez, Abel.  "Out With the Old, In With the New:  The Demise of the Southwest Conference": vol. 81: 144.
  • Kuhlman, Marty.  "W. P. Soash and the 'Great American Desert'": vol. 81: 156.
  • Lewis, Preston.  "The WASP Who Fell from the Sky": vol. 81: 168.
  • Prose, Sam, Editor.  "Notes and Documents- Charles W. Post and the Labor Unions in the Progressive Era": vol. 81: 178.
  • Paschall, Freedonia, Marleta Childs and Julia Saffell.  "History in West Texas": vol. 81: 185.
  • Kreidler, Tai.  "Affairs of the Association: 2004 Annual Meeting": vol. 81: 214.
  • "Annual Financial Report of the Executive Director": vol. 81: 220.
  • Fink, Tiffany, Editor.  "Book Reviews": vol. 81: 226.

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